Somebody out there is crazy enough to think our crude li’l bakery Dough Empire is going to become a “Future Classic”.
I dunno what they’re smoking but they invited Dough Empire to be part of some ‘designery’ event at … the National Design Centre, of course, duh.
They even asked us to give a talk! Not one, but two! LAWL!! Have they even MET us?? The only thing we’ve got going for us is that our baker Joseph is quite the eye candy. That’s about it, honestly.
Whatever you do, DO NOT come at 3pm to see us make fools of ourselves.
Just to troll everyone, we’re gonna bake some stuff that’s not even on our online store yet, put it in a box and call it “When Unicorns Cry – The Dough Empire Medley”. The boxes will be in 3 different sizes – basic, deluxe and premium, packed in environmentally-friendly unbleached canvas tote bags.
Like any other evil capitalist trying to “do the right thing”, we’ll donate a few cents of our gazillion dollar sales to our favourite cat lady Elaine of Love Kuching Project, and our favourite bleeding-heart-socialist Carrie of Daughters of Tomorrow.
That hipster enuff for the event, you think? We’re hoping to see more tai-tais than hipsters to be very honest. Becoz Aunty Killers ‘R’ Us.
A son. A daughter. A mother. A friend. An employee. A boss. A colleague.
The UN[SEEN] is a roving photo exhibit that depicts the lives of transgender people in Singapore, and provides a glimpse into their extraordinary journey to lead ordinary lives.
Their stories are diverse and these people congregate from all walks of life to be featured in this project.
Some of them lead muted, sub-par lives to avoid discrimination and exist alongside mainstream society, not quite blending in, yet not truly standing out either, for their overt gender ambiguity. Others choose to embrace their unique identity openly.
There will always be those who do not conform to societal norms of having a gender binary system, and these people will forever live in the shadows cast by prejudice and unfair stereotypes, but remember:
underneath those layers marred by misunderstanding is a family member, friend, or even a co-worker with their own lives to lead, just like you and me.
UN[SEEN] is brought to you by Break The Binary as a roving exhibition in Singapore.
After its much-touted soft launch success at Artistry, we are very much humbled and honoured to be the chosen home of UN[SEEN] for the next couple of months.
We mentioned awhile ago (awhile in Slug years being.. oh, only about a year and four months?) that we seem to be celebrating a lot of first months, first birthdays and 21st birthdays. While that still holds true, we’ve also had all kinds of numbers being celebrated. 37th birthday. 4.5 year anniversary. That kind of thing. We dun discriminate. A party is a party.
Balloons, cake, music. No wonder everyone dreams of opening their own restaurant hor? ‘Coz it’s like party party party every week…………………….
ANYHOO. This is long overdue (we’re still trying to catch up with a huge backlog of blog posts. Are backlogged blog posts called BACKBLOGS? Ok nvm..)
Here’s a little throwback from March 2013. A little love note from Big G and Baby G:
I finally got a chance to write back to all of you.Thank you so much for making Glenda’s birthday a success…everyone comment to me about the food as it’s delicious…but I did get to try it at all 🙁
And everyone love the place.They love everything about garden slug.. 🙂
Thank you so much once again. I couldn’t tag u guys in Facebook.So here is the pic with the crew that makes everything so special…
Well, we only have two things to say, Big G.
FIRSTLY, ok we gotta figure out that Facebook tagging thing.
SECONDLY, All we wanna say is…. YOU GOT IT WRONG, G, YOU GOT IT SO WRONG! It’s YOU who makes everything special……. silly…… ^_^ hahaha
You might just find yourselves right at home with the kindred folks of Books & Beer – “a travelling book swap with an icy-cold twist”. This month they be travelling to a friendly neighbourhood diner near you *ahem*
Jump on the books, booze & bookworm babble bandwagon on this here li’l event page and share stories of your favourite books, beer, and most importantly, to share happyness.
Spread the word to your fellow beer-bellied bookworms 🙂 #sharinghappyness